Authorities are still trying to solve some area arson cases from two years ago.
These fires have destroyed everything from barns to church buildings.
Arson and fire investigators are looking for clues in a series of brush and structures fires.
Over the past two years, several suspicious fires have been reported in the Richardsville-Anna Community. Over the past 12 months, the Richardsville Volunteer Fire Department has responded to 50 fires, which they believe were intentionally set.
Those fires include 35-to-40 brush fires, the blazes at Mount Zion and Mount Pleasant churches, as well as burned barns, out buildings, and vacant houses.
Most of these fires occurred between nine at night and three in the morning.
Crime Stoppers along with Target Arson and other organizations, are offering cash rewards for information that helps douse these arson crimes.
If you know anything about any of these fires, please call Crime Stoppers at 781-CLUE
Or click here to get to the Crime Stoppers website.
You could get up to one-thousand dollars for your anonymous tip.
Remember, Crime Stoppers calls are not recorded and they do not use caller ID.
They just want your information - not your name.
You could be the one to help police extinguish these arsonists.